Have a look at Fashion is having a moment that is fetish

Have a look at Fashion is having a moment that is fetish

From Gucci and Givenchy, to Christopher Kane and Y/Project, the runways feel kinkier than ever before

Fashion hasn’t been a complete complete stranger to fetish; from Mugler to McQueen, a few of the industry’s brightest minds have actually experimented greatly with leather-based, plastic, and bondage codes. Gianni Versace’s seminal AW92 collection – controversially titled ‘Miss S&M’ – is a prime instance. Their supermodel-studded cast strolled the runway in dog collars, leather-based harnesses, and BDSM-inspired bustiers used over more evening that is traditional, included in a show that sharply dividing the style press. It wasn’t until an Aids advantage 2-3 weeks later on that the collection’s impact that is cultural obvious. Versace summed it himself the early early morning after: “Last evening, there have been 200 socialites in bondage!”

This Donatella has been looking to that very collection for inspiration for AW19 year. The following menswear collection in January featured t-shirts with harness prints, what appeared to be makeshift nipple clamps – in the form of bulldog clips attached to lapels – and semi-see-through vinyl macs after dipping her toes back in for pre-fall with a recreation of Elizabeth Hurley’s famous dress. Immediately after, during the Italian label’s womenswear show, a few models took their switch on the runway using structured satin and leather bras and corsets featuring bondage straps and Medusa-head buckles, along with sharply tailored suits with lace peepholes at strategic points. Read more